By Margie Sugarman I fell off at a big show I qualified for last year. I thankfully qualified again this year, but I’m so nervous to attend. I’m afraid I’m going to remember the fall when I’m there. I’m afraid I’m going to fall off again and show people I don’t deserve to compete there.
By Margie Sugarman Someone recently approached me with this story, which might sound familiar to many of you: “I’ve been riding somewhat more confidently and comfortably for the past year. Then a Facebook memory reminded me of when I broke my arm and collar bone years ago. The day after that Facebook reminder, I went
By Margie Sugarman I’ve been riding for 30-plus years and for the most part have not found myself concerned or nervous about the danger of the sport—until recently. I’ve become a mother, and since then there is a voice in the back of my head reminding me that if I get hurt it’s not just
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By Margie Sugarman When I’m riding, it can sometimes be hard for me to stay positive. My trainer is a person of few words and this often leaves me wondering what she really thinks. When she does give corrections or tries to use constructive criticism, it often leaves me feeling inept. I’m losing my motivation
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How many times have you heard someone say, “I was just in the zone!” after a great round? On the other hand, perhaps you were riding and having some difficulty with an exercise when your trainer yelled, “Come on, pay attention, get in the zone!” You wonder, What does that mean? How do I get there?
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